Metal parts fell from the sky on Saturday, possibly from a passing aircraft in the Broomfield area, according to law enforcement and fire agencies.
Broomfield Police said parts had fallen in the areas of 136th and Sheridan, 136th and Lowell, and 13th and Elmwood.
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